Digging deeper to achieve true reform

Sometimes what is not heard is even more important than what is heard. This is especially true in the case of reforming healthcare, from the most basic of levels all the way to a national overhaul.

For example, a short time ago, while waiting in line to listen to President Obama discuss health reform, I overheard someone talking about the nation's broken healthcare system.

"It does more harm than good," I overheard the person say. "I go outside the system to seek my own healthcare." The person went on to conclude that the key to fixing our current system was ensuring access for even more people. 

To those points, I have several questions...


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